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Apple Crisp II

Reviewed: Sep. 11, 2008
As i read previous review, i made slight changes for this recipe. I cut half amount of sugar for the crisp and only use 1/4 cup sugar for the apple filing (I convert all white sugar into brown sugar). Add generous cinnamon & nutmeg plus i mix raisins which i'd soak in them in rum overnight. IT really brings out the rich flavor! Also i didn't melted the butter, just mix them with dry ingredients until crumbled. One more thing, i use corn flour for the filling mixture, not all purpose flour..I learn this while making apple pie filling, since i like the texture i use it for this recipe too..Don't forget to double the crisp recipe, it won't cover all the surface if you use the original recipe..I also spread a thin layer of the crisp batter before topping them with the filling..Enjoy em with ice cream, Hemmmmmm...Marvelous!!! Note: Use Grainy Smith apples and to save time, just put them in the food processor.
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Spinach Pie

Reviewed: Jun. 18, 2008
First, i shall reduce the amount of the spinach, then followed with add more eggs. here i use 5 med eggs but the spinach i used was almost 2 pounds. Mix 2 kinda cheese; Ricotta & Cottage together. I omit the dill instead of oregano, black pepper, nutmeg, salt, pinch of poultry seasoning and i only use garlic (since my hubby doesn't like onion). Last, i accompany this pie with slices of Foccasia bread & red wine!...Hemmmmm..mama mia...
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Apple Bundt Cake

Reviewed: Apr. 28, 2008
I changed some of the ingredients and gave some additional thing too. I use 3 apples, peeled and sliced not cubed them. Rub em in with lotsa cinnamon powder & 3 T of Brown sugar. For healthy conscious i cut down the oil intake by replaced half of it with applesauce. It makes the cake more moist and light tough. I replaced OJ with AJ (Apple Juice) too..i think i more suitable than OJ. Last...i sprinkled some almond stick above the batter. And i made Butter Rum icing syrup to be spread on the warm cake....Splendid! Even my mother in law screamed soon after i gave her slices of this apple cake...DELICIOUS!! Forgot to tell that i only use 1 cup of white sugar..It still taste sweet in my mouth..Also i didn't use bundt pan for this recipe, i use 22cm round pan. And took more than 60 mins to bake. Make sure to check every 20 mins, use bamboo skewer insert in the cake, to see whether the batter are completely done.
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Fruit Oatmeal Cookie Bars

Reviewed: Apr. 13, 2008
Yeah..I did several changes for this recipe. Such as, reduce the sugar (i use only brown sugar), I use 85:15 ratio for Applesauce : Butter than using the full butter recipe. Also multiply the recipe 1,5 times since the crumble dough of the original recipe only enough for the base. So, i made half recipe more for the top crumble. Additional cinnamon powder also added here to enrich the spice of the this chewy non gooey cookie bars. I suggest this marvelously fruit bar eaten cold rather than warm with companion of cinnamon ice cream...Heeemmmm, FANTASTIC!!
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Carrot Cake I

Reviewed: Apr. 7, 2008
I didn't reduce the oil. But...i exchange 1/4 cup of olive oil mix with 1 cup cooking oil. And i add 5 eggs not 4 as in the recipe. The cake turned out to be very delicious, not oily at all. Also i add more nutmeg & 2 tablespoon of rhum..It gave more fragrant and rich flavor for the cake. One more thing...i bake it in the convection microwave oven 180 celcicius for 80 minutes. It bake perfectly!
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